NC State University Campus Enterprises 2013 - ISBN 978-1-61302-023-4

El Mundo Hispano y la Salud it is available in D.H.Hill Library Reserve Section.

About the Authors

Cheryl Block is an Assistant Teaching Professor at North Carolina State University. She teaches various levels including advanced conversation and composition and literature. One of her interests is content based courses and she designed the Spanish for Health Professionals course in 2002 and Spanish for Social Work in 2013. She has volunteered with her students over the years at various health fairs and clinics as an interpreter.

Ana E. Gray, a native speaker of Spanish, originally from Lima, Peru is a faculty member at North Carolina State University. She is a member of the Bar Association of Lima Peru, and the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages ACTFL. Since 1994 she has developed and taught content based courses: Spanish for Textiles, Business Spanish, Business Correspondence and Cross-cultural Issues, Spanish for Tourism, Principles and Practices of Interpreting among others. She is a Program Director of the Madrid Chamber of Commerce certificates and the co-author of the textbook Temas de turismo, Edinumen, Madrid, 2006.

Patricia Willoughby is a native speaker of Spanish, originally from Lima, Peru and holds a Master of Arts in Applied Spanish Linguistics from Michigan State University and a Bachelorīs degree in Linguistics from National University of San Marcos. She has worked as a Spanish Instructor for more than seven years. Her passion for teaching Spanish encourages developing new techniques for helping students achieve their learning goals. Her research involves medical lexicon, slang used by young people, and technology applications.